Holland America Line extends voyage pause to May 14
Because of ongoing port closures and travel restrictions surrounding global health issues, Holland America Line announced it has agreed to extend its pause of global cruise operations for an additional 30 days, with sailing scheduled to depart until May 1
Guests currently booked on cruises from April 14 to May 14 and their travel advisors will receive notification from Holland America Line in the coming days about options to pick either a Future Cruise Credit for 125 per cent of their booking value plus an additional $250 shipboard credit or a full refund.
All bookings will be cancelled automatically by 14 May. Guests do not need to call for cancellation but may visit hollandamerica.com to show their preference for a 125% Future Cruise Credit with a $250 shipboard credit bonus or 100% refund. Holland America Line must reimburse air cancellation fees for travel to and from the cancelled cruise and other arrangements.
Holland America Line said that, when guests rebook, it will cover travel advisor commissions on bookings for cancelled cruises that have been paid in full and for the cumulative amount of future cruise credits.
Maritime Business World